How to Resolve this - Enter an alternate path to a folder containing the installation package

ong time back i develop a windows service with c# 4.0 and also create a setup file with VS2010 for that apps. i install that apps and it was running. someone remove that windows service not properly like removing some entry from registry regarding that
apps and as a result that apps name is not showing in ADD/Remove list and removed all files and folder from program files folder related to that win service.
so when i try to run the setup file for that win service to install in my pc then i am getting the error message
Enter an alternate path to a folder containing the installation package so guide me how could i again install that win service in my pc from that setup. thanks

Hi Mou_kolkata,
>> my situation is some one remove a application related info from registry. so when i am trying to install that apps again then i am getting this error
Do you mean that you could not uninstall the apps from control panel after you remove some registry and when you reinstall the apps, you got error? If so, first of all, I will recommend you compare the registry in your pc with another pc which could reinstall
correctly, and then create the registry which has been removed. If it did not work, you could refer the link below for showing your program in Add/Remove list.
Application icon doesn't show in control panel add/remove programs
If removing from the control panel did not work, you could refer the link below for clear ClickOnce application cache.
SYSK 159: How to Clear ClickOnce Application Cache
Hope it will help.
Best Regards,
Edward
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